The CPU I/O Modules FEC FC20, FC21, FC22, FC23 , FC30 and FC34

• Powerful AMD processor
AM186 (20 Mhz, 2 Mips) with 16-bit memory access, 256 Kbytes or 512 Kbytes of RAM

• Flash disk • Ethernet 10BASE T (FC34)
Telnet, TFTP, TCP/IP, Web-Server
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IPC FEC®

FEC_ FCXX_ HE12

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Contents
Foreword ...................................................................................................................................... 6 Customer service experience ........................................................................ 6 About this manual ......................................................................................... 7 FEC - The Control CPU .................................................................................... 7 CE Confirmation ............................................................................................ 8 Important installation instructions ................................................................ 8 User safety and device protection ................................................................ 10 Warnings ....................................................................................................... 10 Information bar functions ............................................................................. 11 Short description of module variants ............................................................ 12 Installation and use ..................................................................................................................... 15 Area of use .................................................................................................... 15 Scope of delivery ........................................................................................... 15
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FC components 20/21/22/23/30/34 ............................................................ 16 Start-up requirements ................................................................................... 21 During installation ......................................................................................... 22 During mounting ........................................................................................... 23 Mounting ....................................................................................................... 24 DC supply, power-consuming inputs .............................................................. 25 DC supply, power-supplying inputs ................................................................ 26 AC power supply, power-consuming inputs ................................................... 27 AC power supply, power supplying inputs ...................................................... 28 The COM Programming Interface .................................................................. 29 Example connection (FEC to external computer) .......................................... 30 Example connection (FEC to external computer) .......................................... 31 COM interface pin assignment ...................................................................... 32 COM interface pin assignment ...................................................................... 33 EXT interface pin assignment ........................................................................ 34 Example crossover cable connection with the external interface ................. 35 Network connector (TP) pin assignment ....................................................... 36 Networking of two FEC FC34 .......................................................................... 37 Network configuration with 10BASE T ........................................................... 38
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............ 40 Transistor output wiring diagram ....................................................................................................... 53 Interrupt inputs ...................... 42 Relay output wiring diagram .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................2000 Page 4 ................................................................................................................................................................................. 46 Output behaviour if overload/short circuit occurs the FC30/FC34 ...... 50 Software requirements ..............................................................................................2 as of 03..................... 48 Adapted PC compatibility .......................................................................... 43 Solid-state relay outputs wiring diagram .................................... 51 Differences to industry standard PC ............ 52 Additional features compared to industry standard PC ................................................................... 53 RUN/STOP switch ...................... 45 Service life of relay output contacts ....................................... 44 Relay output wiring diagram ..................During wiring ........... 53 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.... 52 Special functions ........................................ 53 Status LED ...........................................................................................................................................................................07............... 47 Important notes ........................................................................................... 53 Fast counters ....................................

........................................................... 61 Opening the housing .......................... 54 Analog potentiometer (trimmer) .................................................................... 57 Fault fixing .07..2000 Page 5 ........................................ 61 Hardware change status ............................................................... ............ 58 Troubleshooting information ........... 55 Ethernet network ............................2 as of 03.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 62 Technical data .................................................................................................................................................................................................. 58 What do I do if…......................................................................................................................................................................... 54 Extension interface/remote expansion .......... 54 The timer function .......................................................... 74 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.....................................................Incremental encoder .................................................. 61 Manual change status .............. 58 Appendix .............................................. 67 Ordering information .......................................

Our reputation is based on communicating with our customers and carefully monitoring the market. hardware.2 as of 03. is based on consistent quality management.2000 Page 6 . IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 We have been providing software. Reliable delivery and service are combined with a continuously expanding product range and everdecreasing intervals between new innovations. and therefore our own. service and information for industrial PC’s and automation equipment for 15 years. Our customers’ success.Foreword Customer service experience As far as we are concerned. rapid service. Version 1. a unique range of products and highly motivated staff who are full of ideas. service life. ease of operation and environmental compatibility. qualified support and product training.07. They also expect expert advice. Our target is customer satisfaction. our company’s reputation as an innovative source of ideas represents confirmation of our standards and also an obligation to maintain them. Our customers make extremely high demands with regard to reliability. flexibility.

The Control CPU Pure control technology. network. All of this fits into a FEC! Version 1. 12 inputs. please contact your nearest BECK IPC GmbH office. diagrams and explanations that show the reader how the module is correctly installed and safety used and IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 operated.2000 Page 7 . ( FC34 only )with fast counter inputs. with connection facility for a FEC as an I/O module. The FEC FEC FC20. FEC . FEC FC22. 8 outputs with status LED. FEC FC30 and FC34 module is designed to be a lowcost.07. This manual contains text. We are pleased to welcome you as one of our customers. FEC FC21. FEC FC23. versatile industrial controller that is quick and easy to install and can be operated by personnel with limited experience of programmable controllers.2 as of 03. If in doubt about the operation or use of the module. Before installing the module the contents of this manual must have been read and understood. Please read through this manual carefully be before beginning with the installation.About this manual We would like to thank you for choosing to buy the FEC FC34-FST module.

IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. Important installation instructions Isolating conditions: Only use power supplies that guarantee reliable operating voltage isolation in accordance with IEC 742 / EN 60742 / VDE 0551.2000 Page 8 . FEC FC22. FEC FC21. FEC FC23.2 as of 03. In this case it is the responsibility of the user to take appropriate measures and bear any costs incurred by problems of this nature.07. PELV with at least 4 kV of dielectric strength for the 24 V DC power supply (power connections) and the power supply to the digital inputs (nominal 24 V DC). It can cause transmission interference in built-up areas. FEC FC30 and FEC FC34 complies with directive 89/336/EWG in harmonisation with the following standards: Noise immunity Emitted interference EN 50082-2 EN 50081-2 This is a class A device.CE Confirmation The manufacturer BECK IPC GmbH declares in sole responsibility that the products FEC FC20.

over a large area and with low impedance.2 as of 03. provided that potential isolation from the internal system voltage is not required for providing interference immunity. The PS1 PSE3 power supply meet the above requirements. Interference immunity: Only shielded cable should be used for TP and cross-over cables.Switched mode power supplies with reliable isolation as per EN 60950 / VDE 0805 are permitted. The solid-state relays that are used allow AC voltages in overload category I to be switched. and the isolation strength between the contacts and the coil is greater than 4 kV. The shields should be connected to an interference-free earth at both ends. Version 1.2000 Page 9 . The 24 V DC sensor supply provided in the FC21 and FC23 products meets the above requirement for reliable mains voltage isolation and can therefore be used for supplying the digital inputs.07. Power supplies with basic isolation and 2. TP cables of type S/STP are suitable. for example. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 The power relays that are used allow mains voltages of overload category II to be switched directly.5 kV of dielectric strength are permitted for supplying the power to the digital transistor outputs (24 V DC nominal).

the associated note should be read and understood.2 as of 03.2000 Page 10 . User safety and device protection This manual is intended for the use of trained specialists when installing the FEC FC34-FST module. Warnings • The identified danger could possibly cause damage to persons or property. symbols are used to highlight information relating to the user’s personal safety and the safeguarding of the machine’s integrity.The housings of the hubs that are used should also be earthed with low impedance. Whenever any of these symbols are encountered. Safety guidelines are defined in the European directives for machinery. • Point of further interest or more detailed explanation. ! STOP IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. Throughout this manual. low voltage and EMC.07.

2 as of 03.2000 Page 11 . These pages do not apply to your FEC. FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. FC20 FC21 These pages contain important information which you must read.07. the right-hand margin contains an information bar informing you whether the page contains important information for your particular FEC module.Information bar functions Since this manual describes several types of FEC modules.

2000 Page 12 .2 as of 03. supply voltage 24 V DC Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm 12 inputs and 8 relay outputs. supply voltage 110 to 230 V AC Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 60 mm IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07.Short description of module variants FEC FC20 24V 0V FC20 FEC FC21 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 24V 0V Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 FC20 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 FC21 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 S1 S1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power Power 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run Power L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run 12 inputs and 8 relay outputs.

2000 Page 13 . supply voltage 24 V DC Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm 12 inputs and 8 solid-state relay outputs.07. supply voltage 110 to 230 V AC Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 60 mm IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.FC20 FEC FC22 24V 0V FEC FC23 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 24V 0V 0 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 FC22 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 FC23 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 S1 S1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power Power 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run Power L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run 12 inputs and 8 solid-state relay outputs.2 as of 03.

consisting of 2 relay and 6 transistor outputs. consisting of 2 relay and 6 transistor outputs.2000 Page 14 .FC20 FEC FC30 24V 0V FEC FC34 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 24V 0V 0 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 FC30 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 FC34 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 S1 S1 TP 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power Power 24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Run Power 24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Run 12 inputs and 8 outputs.2 as of 03. supply voltage 24 V DC Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm 12 inputs and 8 outputs. supply voltage 24 V DC Dimensions: 130 x 80 x 35 mm IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07. Ethernet 10Base T.

FEC FC30 or FEC FC34 Up-to-date information such as drivers.2000 .07.Installation and use Area of use The modules described in this manual are FEC components that have been designed for process control. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Page 15 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.com under the point download.2 as of 03. manuals or datasheets can be obtained from our Website at: http://www. FEC FC22.beck-ipc. Scope of delivery The scope of delivery of the module includes: • one module FEC FC20. FEC FC23. FEC FC21.

.5 Input E0..2 10 Input E0.The elements of the FC 20/21/22/23/30/34 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 1 2 3 4 5 6 Sensor supply 24 V DC 100 mA Sensor supply 0 V 7 Input E0.3 FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 RUN STOP 11 Shared potential S0 for E0.. E1.6 Input E0. E0.0 8 Input E0.4 Input E0..0 13 Input E1.0 .3 16 Shared potential S1 for E1.7 Input E0.1 9 Input E0.2 as of 03.7 17 RUN/STOP switch 18 Analog potentiometer (trimmer) 19 Power LED (power supply) 20 Status LED (status indicator) 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC20 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 0 1 2 ! 4 # 6 7 Power Power 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run 19 C OM EXT. 20 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.0 .07.2 15 Input E1.1 14 Input E1.7 18 24V 0V 12 Input E1.2000 Page 16 .

4.7 35 Connector for expansions (EXT) 36 Serial interface(COM) IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. C OM 30 Output A0.A0.0.2 27 Output A0.3 28 Shared connection C0 for A0.2000 Page 17 ..4 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC20 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power Power 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run EXT..1 26 Output A0.0 25 Output A0.6 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 33 Output A0.5 32 Output A0.21 Sensor supply 24 V DC 22 Sensor supply 0 V 23 Function earth RUN STOP FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 24 Output A0..6..A0.5 31 Shared connection C1 for A0.3 29 Output A0.7 34 Shared connection C2 for A0.2 as of 03...07.A0.

21 Voltage supply L 22 Voltage supply N 23 Function earth RUN STOP FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 24 Output A0.1 26 Output A0.6 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 33 Output A0.07.0 25 Output A0.3 28 Shared connection C0 29 Output A0.2 as of 03.7 34 Shared connection C2 35 Connector for expansions (EXT) 36 Serial interface (COM) IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.5 31 Shared connection C1 32 Output A0.4 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC21 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power Power L N 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Run EXT.2 27 Output A0.2000 Page 18 . C OM 30 Output A0.

4 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC30 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power Power 24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ CRun EXT.0 .1 27 Output A0.5 31 Output A0.07. A0.3 29 Output A0..2000 Page 19 .0 26 Output A0.7 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 33 Output supply C+ 34 Output supply C35 Connector for expansions (EXT) 36 Serial interface (COM) IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2 as of 03..6 32 Output A0.21 Sensor supply 24 V DC 22 Sensor supply 0 V 23 Function earth RUN STOP FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 24 Shared connection C0 for A0.2 28 Output A0.1 25 Output A0. C OM 30 Output A0.

3 29 Output A0.4 30 Output A0.2 28 Output A0.2000 ..5 31 Output A0.1 25 Output A0.. C OM 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 33 Output supply C+ 34 Output supply C35 Connector for expansions (EXT) 36 Serial interface (COM) 37 Network connection 10Base T 38 Link/Traffic LED for network activity IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07.2 as of 03.7 24V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC34 Sensor Supply IN OUT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 TP 38 37 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Power Power 24V 0V C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Run EXT.0 .6 32 Output A0.1 27 Output A0.21 Sensor supply 24 V DC 22 Sensor supply 0 V 23 Function earth RUN STOP FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Page 20 24 Shared connection C0 for A0.0 26 Output A0. A0.

IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 • External computer such as PC.beck-ipc. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Version 1. • Module-specific software with drivers and example programs. consisting of a null model cable and an adapter cable.07. e. laptop etc. • When using one of the FEC FC20/FC21/ FC22/FC23 modules.2000 Page 21 .com The software is also available on CD. an SM14 connecting cable between the FEC and the external computer. PS1 PSE3 • When using the FEC FC30 and FEC FC34 modules. g. FEC FC30 or FEC FC34 module (scope of delivery) • Sensor supply 24 V DC.2 as of 03. connecting cables FEC KSD2 and PS1 ZK11 between the abovementioned FEC modules and the external computer. with a free COM port (preferably a Windows system). This software can be downloaded from the Internet address http://www.Start-up requirements • One FEC FC20/FC21/FC22/FC23.

conductive dust or corrosive gas. Please do not install the FEC • in areas that are subjected to excessive amounts of dust.2 as of 03. oil spray.2000 .During installation When you are installing the FEC.07. direct sunlight. FC20 FC21 FC22 ! FC23 FC30 FC34 Page 22 • in areas that are subjected to shock or vibration. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. • in areas that are subjected to high temperatures. • near high voltage devices or cables. please pay attention to the ambient conditions in which the device will normally be operating. moisture or rain.

2 as of 03. such as a heater. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Page 23 ! Do not install the device immediately above a heat-generating source.During mounting Always install the device as far away as possible from high voltage devices and large power supplies. Please ensure that no pieces of wire.2000 . fillings or swarf fall into the device when you are drilling holes or connecting wires. If the ambient temperature in the switch cabinet is above 55ºC. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07. current converter or high wattage resistor. a ventilator must be installed in order to provide external ventilation.

The module now automatically latches onto the top-hat rail.2 as of 03.Mounting The module can be screw-connected using the mounting holes (4 mm) at either side or directly connected to a top-hat rail by hooking the module onto the upper edge of the rail and pulling the mounting bracket down by hand or using a suitable tool.07.2000 Page 24 . FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.

2000 IPC FEC® Page 25 .2 as of 03.2 VCC D • • • • • • • • FC22 FC23 FC30 • FEC A Function earth B Direct current supply C Sensor supply D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315mA) VCC (5V) FC34 FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07.1 VCC E0.DC supply.0 VCC 24 V DC/DC FC21 E0. power-consuming inputs (Sensor supply utilisation) A B 24 V 0V 24 V C 0V FC20 • • • S0 E0.

0 VCC 24 V DC/DC FC21 E0. power-supplying inputs (Sensor supply utilisation) A B 24 V 0V 24 V C 0V FC20 • • • S0 E0.2 VCC D • • • • • • • • FC22 FC23 FC30 • FEC VCC (5V) A Function earth B Direct current supply C Sensor supply FC34 FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.1 VCC E0.2000 D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315mA) IPC FEC® Page 26 .DC supply.07.2 as of 03.

2000 .0 VCC E0.2 VCC FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 • • • • • • 24 V DC/DC • • • • • • • • • • • • E DC/DC FEC A Function earth B AC power supply V CC (5V) C E Sensor supply Fuse 800 mA slow (T800 mA) D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315 mA) FC34 Page 27 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2 as of 03.AC power supply.1 VCC E0. power-consuming inputs (Sensor supply utilisation) A B L D N 24 V C 0V FC20 • • • S0 E0.07.

2 as of 03. power supplying inputs (Sensor supply utilisation) A B L D N 24 V C 0V FC20 • • • S0 E0.AC power supply.2000 .0 V CC E0.2 VCC FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 • • • • • • 24 V DC/DC • • • • • • • • • • • • E DC/DC FEC A V CC (5V) Function earth C E Sensor supply Fuse 800 mA slow (T800 mA) B AC power supply D Fuse 315 mA slow (T315 mA) FC34 Page 28 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07.1 VCC E0.

For FEC FC30 and FEC FC34: Connect the FEC module to the development computer using the SM14 connecting cable. FEC FC22.2 as of 03.07. and FEC FC23: Connect the FEC module to the development computer using the (FEC KSD2) connecting cable. FEC FC21. Connect the other end to an interface on your development computer. plug the end of the FEC KSD2 with the RJ11 plug attached to it into the socket marked COM. To do this. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.The COM Programming Interface For FEC FC20.2000 Page 29 .

07.Example connection (FEC to external computer) 1 2 FEC KSD2 connecting cable for FC20/FC21/ FC22/FC23 FC20 FC21 FC22 3 External PC (Laptop) 1 2 3 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2000 Page 30 .2 as of 03.

Example connection (FEC to external computer) FEC SM14 connecting cable for FC30/FC34 3 Externnal PC (Laptop) 4 Null modem cable 1 2 FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 1 2 3 FC30 4 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2 as of 03.2000 Page 31 .07.

2 as of 03.5 V to +/. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07.COM interface pin assignment Pin no.2000 Page 32 . the service device that you are using may be supplying a lesser level. If communication problems occur.15 V range. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Signalname RXD TXD DTR GND FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 STOP The opto-decoupled FEC-COM interface works at signal levels within the +/.

2000 Page 33 .07.g. Only use the provided accessories.COM interface pin assignment Pin no. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2 as of 03. SM 14. e. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal name +5 V GND TXD RXD CTS RTS FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 STOP The FEC COM interface works at TTL levels (5 V).

g. Only use the relevant accessory.2000 Page 34 .2 as of 03. 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 Signal name +5 V GND TXD RXD CTS RTS FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 STOP The FEC-EXT interface works using TTL levels (5V). IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07.EXT interface pin assignment Pin no. SM 14. e.

CO M EXT .2000 Page 35 .2 as of 03. 5 CO M 1 RUN S TO P FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 2 4V 0V 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC21 2 4V 0V  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 0 1 2 3 FC30 S en so r S up pl y S en s or S up p ly IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 O UT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 P ow er 4 P ow e r 2 4V 0V IN 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S0 0 1 2 3 S1 O UT 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 P ow e r P ow er N L 0 1 2 3 C0 4 5 C1 6 7 C2 Ru n C0 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 C+ C- Ru n EXT . 2 3 2 Local sensor supply +24 V DC Local voltage supply +24 V DC 3 Crossover cable FEC KSD4 4 FEC FC30 as (master) 5 FEC FC20 as slave (remote) 1 2 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.Example crossover cable connection with the external interface 1 RUN S TO P FC20 The FEC FC20 or FEC FC30 inputs and outputs can be added to those of the FEC FC34 using a FEC KSD4 crossover cable.07.

07.2000 Page 36 .2 as of 03. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Signal name TD+ TDRD+ RD - FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.Network connector (TP) pin assignment Pin no.

07.2 as of 03.2000 Page 37 .Networking of two FEC FC34 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 TD+ TDRD+ not used not used RDnot used not used FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 1 1 8 8 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.

2 as of 03.07.Network configuration with 10BASE T 9 10 11 FC20 FC21 9 FEC FC34 Hub (star distributor) Twisted pair cable FC22 9 9 11 FC23 11 11 FC30 FC34 Page 38 10 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2000 .

distance between transceivers: 100 m hub-dependent any FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2 as of 03. segment length: Max. number of transceivers per segment: Min.07.Segment lengths Max.2000 Page 39 .

During wiring Install the input and output signal wires in separate cable conduits and avoid bunching them together.07. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. Do not use the same multi-core cable for wiring the signal inputs and outputs.2 as of 03.2000 Page 40 .

Warning If the power supply terminals are wrongly connected, a short circuit between STOP the incoming direct current wires and the power supply cable or a short circuit within the outgoing wires can cause considerable damage to the module.

Caution: Please ensure that the power is switched off before you replace cables or carry out other work. If you need to measure the maximum insulation voltage and the insulating resistance of the FEC module, disconnect the incoming and outgoing wires and the power cable from the module and carry out the measurements across all the terminals and the earth terminal using a common point.

FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34
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Before switching on the power, check the power supply and earth connections and the incoming and outgoing connections. Please ensure that none of the installation screws are loose. Make sure that no screw terminals for external connections are loose. There must be no visible damage to external connections.
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Transistor output wiring diagram

FC20
internal C+ external +24 V

+5 V

FC21 FC22

KS1)

Power supply

Output A0.2 ... A0.7 Lamp motor ...

FC23 FC30

C1)

0V

Analog current restriction to 4 A / 200 ms Analog short circuit/overload protection, thermal only
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FC34
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Relay output wiring diagram

FC20 FC21
+24 V nom.

+5 V

internal C+

external

FC22
Power supply Load supply

KS *

Output A0.0 ... A0.1

FC23 FC30 FC34

C0 C*) max. 5 A 250 V AC/ 30 V DC IPC FEC®
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0V

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3 + +24 V (internal) internal external FC23 FC30 FC34 Solid State Relais * C0 - *) max.0 .2 as of 03..Solid-state relay outputs wiring diagram FC20 FC21 FC22 Load supply Output A0.2000 Page 44 . A0.. 264 V AC / 125 V DC IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.07.

.07..2000 Page 45 . A0.3 * C0 + +24 V (internal) internal external FC23 FC30 FC34 *) max.Relay output wiring diagram FC20 FC21 FC22 Load supply Output A0. 5A / 250 V AC / 30 V DC IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2 as of 03.0 .

000.000 cycles 1.000 cycles 500.Service life of relay output contacts Current/load No current 0.000.000 cycles Inductive load 20.2 as of 03. Ohmic load 20.2 A 1A 2A 5 A max.000 cycles 100.000 cycles 100.07.2000 Page 46 .000 cycles 300. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.000 cycles - FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Measures to suppress voltage surges should be taken if necessary when using inductive loads.000 cycles 300.000 cycles 800.000.

2 to A0. Subsequently the output concerned is reactivated. and if there is a major overload this time may be less than 1 second. the cycle time can be up to several minutes. meaning that the switching transistor can cool down again. If overload current is still present after reactivation. If there is only a minimal overload. the process starts again from the beginning. the switching transistor heats up. If short circuit or overload current is applied. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.7 are independently protected against short circuits and overloads. The process cycle time depends on the magnitude of the load. The overheating fuse switches the output concerned off.2000 Page 47 .07.2 as of 03.Output behaviour if overload/short circuit occurs the FC30/FC34 Transistor outputs A0.

please be sure to comply with local wiring and safety regulations.Important notes • The maximum signal voltage at the digital inputs may not exceed the supply voltage • Do not connect any of the unused terminals.07. • Connecting a power surge suppressor parallel to an inductive load reduces the generation of electrical interference. • If loads such as forward/backward motor contactors are present that may be dangerous if they are switched on simultaneously. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 ! • For EMERGENCY STOP functions the output loads should be switched off using a switch outside the module that disconnects the current from the output terminals.2000 Page 48 . STOP FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 ! Version 1. external locking mechanisms and programmable locks should be provided in order to prevent such loads from being activated simultaneously.2 as of 03. • If you connect an EMERGENCY STOP circuit.

2 as of 03.07.2000 Page 49 . Check the polarity of the supply voltage before starting up.• The supply voltage is not protected against reverse polarity. FC20 ! FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.

07.Adapted PC compatibility The AM186ES/ED chip set that is used in the FEC is only PC compatible to a limited extent. Component x86 core 8250 UART -FIFO 8254 PIT 8259 PIC CMOS RAM 6845 CRTC 8042 KEYB 8272 FDC IDE MAC Power on LED BIOS IPC FEC® PC compatible FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 ü n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a FC34ü If yes 80186 If no AMD-specific AMD-specific AMD-specific XT Workaround (SW) Fossil driver Serial port DMA PS1 service interrupt PDS1 service interrupt Flash memory Remote console Remote console Flash disk Packet driver PS1 service interrupt ü ü NE2000 Status LED DL MiniBIOS Version 1.2 as of 03.2000 FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Page 50 .

0 (equivalent to MS-DOS 5.0).07. 0Eh Task TTY char output Get equipment Get memory size Serial I/0 (Fossil driver) 0 1 2 0 1 Ready TTY char Get TTY status Get TTY flags Reboot system Get tick count Set tick count Timer tick (DOS = 55 ms) FST = 13ms) IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2000 Page 51 . no INT 2Fh support Function 10h 11h 12h 14h 16h 16h 16h 19h 1Ah 1Ah 1Ch Sub funct.2 as of 03.Software requirements BIOS: DOS: Datalight MiniBIOS Datalight ROM-DOS 5.

480 kBytes of free RAM in the FC30/ FC34 and approx.Differences to industry standard PC • Datalight MiniBIOS with reduced BIOS support (see previous page for list of BIOS functions) • Datalight ROM DOS (equivalent to MS-DOS 5. FC22 and FC23.2 as of 03. counters. Version 1. UART) completely different from standard PC • Different IRQ number assignments FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Page 52 Additional features compared to industry standard PC • Service interrupt support of FC34 functions (digital I/O.0) • No keyboard and video controller/video RAM available • Standard I/O diverted to a terminal using serial interface (DOS INT 21 and BIOS INT 10) • approx. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 • On-board flash disk • Programming of ”On-chip peripherals” (PIC. 210 kBytes in the FC20.07. Ethernet network. FC21. status LED). timer.2000 .

Interrupt inputs Inputs E1. The LED can be programmed by the software that is being used and usually indicates the current program status.2 as of 03.3 can be independently configured as fast counter inputs and used to count counter pulses up to a frequency of 2 kHz. Like the counter inputs.1 can be individually configured as interrupt inputs. the interrupt inputs can be software conIPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. Fast counters Inputs E1.07. Inputs that are configured as counters can also be read in as normal digital inputs. Status LED The FEC has a status LED which can be green. The counters are 16-bit (0 to 65535) and are configured and evaluated using the provided program library.0 and E1. The LED can also flash in all three colours.2 and E1.Special functions RUN/STOP switch The FEC has a RUN/STOP switch that can be interrogated by the software. orange or red.2000 FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Page 53 .

figured and high level language user routines used for interrupt handling. The timer function The FEC has an extremely flexible timer function that makes it possible to configure up to 32 32bit timers.0 and E1.58 ms using a configurable 16-bit distributor. numeric values) and many similar tasks can be executed in a cost-saving way using this integrated feature.07. This value can be read by the software that is used. Incremental encoder The FEC has a 16-bit software incremental encoder (see AB direction detection) that can process counter pulses of up to 200 Hz. Analog potentiometer (trimmer) The FEC has an analog potentiometer that can be easily adjusted within a range of 1 to 63 (decimal) using a screwdriver.1. An optional reference switch can be connected using input E0.7. Inputs that can be configured as interrupt inputs can also be read in as normal digital inputs. This means that Page 54 FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. Connection takes place using the two interrupt inputs E1.2 as of 03. g. Tasks such as “fine tuning” of operating parameters (e.2000 . The time base for each timer can be adjusted in multiples of 4.

Since both stations are connected via a TTL interface. In order to connect an FEC as a remote expansion you require an FEC KSD4 cable.07.2000 Page 55 . Extension interface/remote expansion The FEC module has an extension interface via which the FEC (not FC34) module can be connected as a remote expansion or another serial device with max. this may only be implemented using an original FEC KSD4 cable (max. reliable operation of the remote connection is no longer guaranteed.2 as of 03. The module on which the remote function is software-activated acts as a master station and contains the control program. 115 Kbaud can be actuated. 30 cm). The slave station cannot have its own control program. The remote expansion is configured and actuated using the provided program library.58 ms to (theoretically) several years can be measured. If the cable is any longer. both of the connected stations should be installed in a FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Version 1. If strong EMC radiation is present. The master station has read/ write access to the inputs and outputs and the IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 RUN/STOP switch on the remote and slave stations.times ranging from 4.

FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2000 Page 56 . for example. If a serial device is to be connected to the extension interface.2 as of 03.07. The user must use appropriate hardware to carry out any applicationdependent RS 232 signal level conversions using the SM14.screened switch cabinet. please remember that the interface produces TTL signals and is not galvanically separated.

07. The standard settings are: Interrupt 3 Port 0x300 FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2 as of 03.2000 Page 57 .Ethernet network The FEC FC34 has network functions that can be used using the 8-pin RJ45 connector (10Base T).

07. you should also make sure that the FEC is being provided with the correct supply voltage. Furthermore. Disconnect the power supply to the module for several seconds.2 as of 03.2000 Page 58 . Problem The module doesn’t react.Fault fixing Troubleshooting information Please ensure that the installation instructions in the manual have been correctly followed.. Check whether the FEC has been connected using undamaged cables that comply with the relevant standards. Remedy Restart the module. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. What do I do if….

Check whether the required voltage is present at the output terminals. Remedy Check that the input device is working correctly.Problem The status of the I/O control LED does not correspond with the actual output status.2000 Page 59 .2 as of 03. An input that is switched on or off within a time period that is shorter than the operating cycle or the module sampling time may not be detected. Remedy Check whether the output device is working correctly. Problem The operating status of the input device does not correspond with the status of the I/O control LED’s for this input. check for loose contacts or other irregularities.07. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.

Problem Power LED is off. although the operating voltage is present. Remedy Disconnect the device from the power.07. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2000 Page 60 . then open the housing and check the fuse.2 as of 03. More information on this subject can be found in the chapter entitled “Opening the housing” in the appendix to this manual.

From FECFC20 962701-7 From FECFC21 962701-7 From FECFC22 962701-6 From FECFC23 962701-6 From FECFC30 974201-4 From FECFC34 01-1 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Hardwareversion H00 H00 H00 H00 H00 H00 Version 1.99 03.2000 Change First version various correction FC20 FC21 FC22 Change First version First version First version First version First version First version Hardware change status PM-no.11.Appendix Manual change status Version 0.07.2000 FC23 FC30 FC34 Page 61 .07.2 Data 01.1 1.2 as of 03.

Open the module housing by pushing in the catches on the right-hand side of the housing (see figure 1) using a suitable implement and simultaneously lifting the upper section of the housing.2000 Page 62 .2 as of 03.Opening the housing The module should only be opened by a technical expert with appropriate experience in handling electronic components. FC20 ! FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. Attention Ensure that no supply voltage is present.07. It is extremely important to disconnect the system from the power supply before opening the housing.

2 as of 03.07.2000 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Page 63 .FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 Figure 1 E Latching points for securing hooks F Module housing (side view) E E F FC34 Version 1.

Take care not to transpose the two fuse ratings.2000 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Page 64 .FEC FC21 and FEC FC23 only). Once the upper section of the housing has been opened. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 Figure 2 G Power supply board I 800 mA fuse. slowacting) and a 315 mA main board fuse (slowacting). slow-acting (T 800) FC34 Version 1.G I The FEC FC21 and FEC FC23 modules are equipped with a power supply fuse (800 mA.2 as of 03. the power supply fuse can be seen on the power supply board in the lower section of the housing (figure 2 .07.

the main board must be removed from the upper section of the housing. To do this. please undo the two recessed-head screws shown in figure 3.2000 .2 as of 03. FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 Figure 3 J G Main board J Recessed-head screws FC34 Page 65 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.J G To replace the fuse on the main board.07.

slow-acting (T 315) H FC20 FC21 FC22 FC23 FC30 FC34 Now the board can be removed from the upper section of the housing and the fuse removed from its holder using a suitable tool (figure 4) so that it can be replaced with a working 315 mA slow-acting glass fuse.Figure 4 H G I G Main board H Screw terminal connection I 315 mA fuse. and do not touch any electronic components or conducting tracks.2 as of 03.2000 Page 66 .07. Assemble the components in reverse order when you are ready to close the housing again. Please take care to hold the board only at the edges. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. When assembly is complete. the module can continue normal operation.

10 to 57 Hz: 0. . . . . . Relative humidity (DIN 40040). . . . . . . . . . . . Dimensions (FC20/FC22/FC30/FC34) Vibration (sinusoidal oscillation) . 160 g : 130 x 80 x 60 mm : 130 x 80 x 35 mm : IEC 68-2-6.. . Normal operation (IEC 68-2-1/2). . . Dimensions (FC21/FC23) .0 constant acceleration IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. : approx.2 as of 03. . . .2000 Page 67 . . .Technical data Climatic characteristics • • • • Transportation/storage (IEC 68-2-1/2). . . . . . . . . . . . . . : -25ºC to +70ºC : 0ºC to +55ºC / 20 G : IEC 68-2-14 : up to 95% no condensing Mechanical characteristics • • • • Weight .075 mm constant amplitude 57 to 150 Hz: 1. Temperature change (slow change).07. .

. Radio interference / interference strength. • Power consumption. . resistance to jamming. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 . Fast transients (BURST). . . . Wire-conducted HF interference (LHF) . • Electromagnetic compatibility. . . : 11 ms. . . High frequency electromagnetic fields (HFF). IEC 1000-4-3 : EN 61000-4-4 accord. in accordance with EN 1131-2 : EN 61000-4-2 accord. . . : EN 50081-2 : EN 61000-6-2 accord. . .2 as of 03. IEC 1000-4-6 : EN 55022 / A Electrical characteristics: • Maximum current consumption (at 5 V). . . . IEC 61000-6-2.6 W (typical) Page 68 Version 1. . IEC 1000-4-4 : EN 61000-4-6 accord.07. . . . : 300 mA (typical) : 1. . .• Shock load (IEC 68-2-27)) Electromagnetic characteristics . . . noise gating. up to 15 g • Electromagnetic compatibility. . . IEC 1000-4-2 : EN 61000-4-3 accord. . . . . . . .2000 . • • • • • Electrostatic discharge (ESD).

. . .000 hours : 1 kHz Relay outputs: (PCB relays) IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. . . input current 7mA : 5 ms : Green LED (after galv. 2 fast counter inputs Incremental encoder . . . . . . . . 200 Hz Transistor outputs: • • • • Supply voltage. . . . . . . . . 2 kHz : max. separation) : max. Service life . . . Maximum switching frequency . . . . .07. . . . . . . . . . . 24 V nominal : 600 mA 24 V DC : 100. . : +19 V to +24 V DC. . . . .2000 Page 69 . . . . . . .Inputs: • • • • • • Galvanic separation Input voltage . . . : Optocoupler : 24 V DC. . . . . . . Delay time . output group (C+/C-) Nominal load capacity . .2 as of 03. . . . . . Signal display . . . .

.2000 . . . IPC FEC® . . . . : IP 40 : III : EN60950 accord. . Maximum switching frequency . . : +19 V to +28 V DC. . .07. . 5 A / 30 V DC : 100.000 hours : 10 Hz Safety information • Protective system . . . . . output group (C+/C-) • Nominal load capacity . output group (C+/C-) Nominal load capacity . . . Solid-state relays • • • • Supply voltage. . • Service life . IEC 950 Page 70 FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. . .• Supply voltage. . . . . . . Service life . . . . . . . . . . 24 V nominal : 5A / 250V AC. . • Dimensioning of insulation . . . . . .2 as of 03. . 24 V nominal : 0. . • Protective class. . . . : +19 V to +24 V DC. 3 to 125 V DC : 100. . . .000 switching operations at nominal load minimum load: 10 mA at 5 V DC : 25 Hz . . . .1 to 600 mA 3 to 264 V AC. . . . . . . . Maximum switching frequency .

isolation voltage rating: 50 V AC : Supply voltage with basic isolation from mains voltage. IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. . . .07. . .2 as of 03. . . : Supply voltage with reliable isolation from mains voltage. . . . . .Dielectric strength against internal system voltage: • Digital inputs . isolation voltage • Digital transistor outputs . . . . . . • Digital relay outputs . .2000 Page 71 . isolation voltage rating: 300 V AC : Mains voltage of overload category II can be switched. .

22. . . : Mains voltage in overload category I can be switched. . . . . . . . Remanent data . . . . . : AM186 (20 MHZ). isolation voltage rating: 300V AC Hardware and software characteristics • Processor . 23) . . . RAM (FC20.2000 . . .000) : 512 kB 16-bit DRAM. . (480 kB free) : 256 kB 16-bit SRAM (210 kB free) : 2 kB in Flash : Serial asynchronous TTL (RJ12 connector) : RS232 3-wire 9600 baud (mini RJ11 con nector) Page 72 • Program memory FC30/34 (compiled) • • • • • RAM (FC30/FC34) .2 as of 03. . . . . Terminal connection (FC20.07. . 22. . . . . . 21. Terminal connection (FC30/FC34) . . . . (Intel 80186-compati ble) : 512 kB 8-bit Flash (read/write cycles: 10. . . 21. . . . . . . 23) IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. .rating: 300 V AC • Digital solid-state relay outputs . .

. . . Operating system . Network connection (FC34) . red. .2 as of 03. . . . . Network communication indicator (FC34) . . .0 : 10BASE T (RJ45) : Link/Traffic LED IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. . . . . . .2000 Page 73 . : Status LED (green.• • • • Operating status indicator . . .07. . . . . . orange) : ROM DOS 5.

iCon-L FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs.07. FST FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. 6 transistor outputs. 24 V DC.2000 Best. 24 V DC. DOS FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. 110/230 V AC. 110/230 V AC. 24 V DC.2 as of 03. 184334 177428 190575 185194 184335 177429 190573 185210 184332 184333 185199 Page 74 . 24 V DC.Ordering information Typ FEC FC20-DOS FEC FC20-FST FEC FC20-ICL FEC FC20-IEC FEC FC21-DOS FEC FC21-FST FEC FC21-ICL FEC FC21-IEC FEC FC22-FST FEC FC23-FST FEC FC30-DOS IPC FEC® Command FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. DOS FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. FST FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. IEC61131-3lSaGRAF FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. 24 V AC. FST FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs.no. 110/230 V AC. IEC6113-3lSaGRAF FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. DOS FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. FST FEC 12 inputs/2 relays. 24 V DC. iCon-L FEC 12 inputs/8 relay outputs. 110/230 V AC. 110/230 V AC.

iCon-L FEC 12 inputs/2 relays. Ethern. 24 V DC. IEC61131-3MWT FEC 12 inputs/2 relays. 6 transistor outputs. 8-core for RJ45 (100 meters) Modular connector RJ45. cable (150 cm) RJ11/9-SUBD Network cable for 2 stations (30 cm) RJ12/RJ12 Module cable AW G26.10BaseT. 6 transistor outputs. 24 V DC. 24 V DC. 24 V DC.2000 Page 75 . 6 transistor outputs. Ethern. 8-pin (10) 183861 190578 190574 190585 190587 191447 191448 188935 177432 177431 183635 189682 190580 IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1. FST FEC 12 inputs/2 relays. DOS FEC 12 inputs/2 relays./com. Ethern. iCon-L FEC 12 inputs/2 relays. 24 V DC. Ethern. MWT PC prog. 6 transistor outputs. 6 transistor outputs. 24 V DC.10BaseT.FEC FC30-FST FEC FC30-ICL FEC FC30-MWT FEC FC34-DOS FEC FC34-FST FEC FC34-ICL FEC FC34-MWT PS1 SM14 FEC KSD1 FEC KSD2 FEC KSD4 PS1 ZK44 PS1 ZC24 FEC 12 inputs/2 relays. FST FEC 12 inputs/2 relays.10BaseT./com.2 as of 03. 6 transistor outputs.10BaseT.07. 24 V DC. cable RS12/TTL-RS232/9-SUBD Service adapter (15 cm) RJ11/9-SUBD PC prog. 6 transistor outputs.

2 as of 03. please inform us. More information under: http://www. If you discover descriptions that are difficult to understand or even contain errors. Please contact your retailer.com IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Please also send your suggestions and improvements.2000 Page 76 .We try to keep our manuals up to date at all times.beck-ipc. We cannot reply to technical queries by E-mail. specifying the manual concerned and the version number to the following E-mail address (Internet): ps1docu@beck-ipc.07.com Version 1.

07.2 as of 03.Notes IPC FEC® FEC_ FCXX_ HE12 Version 1.2000 Page 77 .

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